This week has been busy on the farm. The sunny, dry, and warm weather helped a lot. It is sad to say that we actually need some rain. Wasn’t it just last week that I blog that we had too…
Well, not me…the hens! I can imagine them saying “I am molting, I am molting” in their best hen
Can anyone guess what Tim and Steve are building? Hint: it will prevent this: I will give the answer away on Thursday Emily Zweber Farms is a 4th generation family operated organic dairy.
Guess what animal is doing some unwanted gardening on our farm? Busted! Now how do we keep them out? Does anyone have suggestions? Emily Zweber Farms is a 4th generation family operated organic dairy.
Hear the boys and I explain what the chicks need to be healthy at this age.
The boys have been helping me gather eggs and care for the hens the last couple of days. They are GREAT helpers.
Last week we sent our last batch chickens of the season to the butchers. In that batch there was one chicken that was really tiny, and would have been considered a Cornish game hen at best. So her life got spared and now she is in with the layers.